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IELTS is the most popular English exam in the world today. It is also the ideal way to perfect the English language from a basic to advanced level. In this series, you will be escorted through the course with Richard Aspinall, a teacher who has a proven track record in teaching the IELTS curriculum successfully all over the world. He will take you through this "easy to follow" step by step guide, in which you will be represented by a student and you will learn everything you need to know to improve your English and get a high-band score in the exam.

Welcome to the Writing Analysis Guide. In this guide we will be analysing an IELTS student’s task 1 and task 2 answers. We will show you how to improve your own writing by explaining what the examiners are looking for, encouraging you to develop your own style, and using real examples to demonstrate how to avoid frequent mistakes.

©2011 Aspinall ELT (P)2011 Aspinall ELT

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Not worth buying.

This audio books just show a couple of writing examples, one for task 1 and one for task 2. There is the teacher and student discussing about the tasks, most of the time it's just a conversation between the two.

There is no clear explanation on how to execute the writing task. There are some tips, however not a clear outline which is what most of the people need to achieve a good score.

Only positive is that it was part of the free trial, but in any case I would have preferred to spend it for something better.

Waste of money and time.